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Tom and Carol Williams
May 20

Williams Council announces funding for six new teaching projects

The projects range from enhanced chemistry tutoring to a new interdisciplinary course that examines virtue.
University Day
May 20

Volunteers dig into University Day activities

Dirty hands, a free T-shirt and the satisfaction of being a part of campus beautification were the rewards for pitching in.
From Water, Water, Everywhere, oregonquarterly.com/essay
May 20

Oregon Quarterly essay contest winners to read their work Thursday

The magazine will host a reading by some of the contest winners on May 28 in the Gerlinger Hall Alumni Lounge.
May 18

Input requested for board evaluation

The Board of Trustees has begun its annual duty of evaluating the university president with an assessment of interim President Scott Coltrane.
May 18

Inaugural Reynolds Symposium highlights an energy-efficient future

The UO’s first-ever John Reynolds Sustainability Symposium offered a look at healthier and more energy-efficient future in its inaugural run at the Ford Alum
May 18

Confidentiality committee continues work toward recommendations

The committee's job is to identify policies and practices most protective of students’ privacy consistent with law and ethics codes.
Trotter Visiting Professor Susan McClary
May 18

Visiting professor Susan McClary to speak about biblical story of Salome

Author and music professor Susan McClary will visit the UO May 22 to deliver a talk about the different portrayals of the biblical story of Salome.
May 15

Stephen Shoemaker named a fellow of Radcliffe Institute

UO religious studies professor Stephen Shoemaker has been named a fellow of The Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study at Harvard University for the 2015–16
May 15

Romance languages to hold spring social and awards ceremony

The Department of Romance Languages is hosting the 2015 Spring Social and Awards Ceremony on Tuesday, May 19.
Incoming UO President Michael Schill
May 15

Interim and incoming presidents address UO Senate meeting

Incoming UO President Michael Schill paid a visit to the University Senate during his visit to campus this week, and he told senators he is eager to learn fr

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